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Jul 20, 2010 2:30pm PDT
in maryland. the united states supreme court has stated repeatedly that immigrants are allowed to vote, immigration status is not a bar to exercise their right to vote, and under our state constitution, it explicitly authorizes charter cities such as san francisco to provide for the manner of electing a school board members. colleagues, i ask for your support for this item that came out of rules committee unanimously and has the support of eight of us. i want to mention one thing that has changed since the meeting. initially, and the comptroller's office had to assess the cost to the city being about $780,000. it turned out that those cost estimates were inaccurate, based on estimates from six years ago. recently, they issued a new letter that stated that the cost for allowing immigrant parents to vote in elections would range from anywhere from 106,000 to $150,000. i ask for your support to ensure that all immigrant parents have a voice and that all students are part of what we're trying to achieve here in san francisco. >> bottom 24. supervisor campos: aye. president chiu: aye. super
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